Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Long Live Kirk Douglas; Death to the Federal Reserve!

I used to think 1913 was an enormous amount of time ago until I recently learned actor Kirk Douglas, who's still living today, was born in 1916. The reason the year 1913 is significant is because it marked a huge turning point in America's history when banking families (i.e., Rothchilds, Rockefellers) took over America's monetary system by means of the Federal Reserve Act. Thanks to President Woodrow Wilson being asleep at the wheel, America was taken off the gold standard and forever changed with phony fiat paper money printed out by the Federal Reserve. 
"The basic plan for the FED was drafted at a secret meeting held on November 1910 at the private resort of J.P. Morgan on Jekyll Island off the coast of Georgia. Those who attended represented the great financial institutions of Wall Street and Europe." - Is the Federal Reserve Destroying U.S.? - Canada Free Press
So, whenever I see photos of Kirk Douglas, who was a very gifted actor for his day and age, I'm now reminded he was just 3 years old after our country was placed on the wrong side of the tracks destined to fall thanks to conniving evil bankers. This is the actor who played the gladiator slave in the classic movie Spartacus!

I really liked Spartacus and it came out the year I was born way back in 1960. He was a handsome young man at one time.

I'm all for auditing the Federal Reserve but I fear it's all too late. Here's a site where people can review important information about auditing the Fed.

In the mean time, it sure would be great if Kirk Douglas could live to see the day the Federal Reserve gets audited. Long live Kirk Douglas, death to the Federal Reserve!